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Stress Indicator and Health Planner - Online Credit

This credit registers you for one individual use of the SIHP Online Assessment to a participant of your choice. You'll need to purchase one credit per participant. After your order is processed, you'll receive an email that contains a link to complete the assessment.
Code: 4007-EA
Category: Online Assessments
£29.50 excl VAT

The Online Stress Indicator and Health Planner can be completed 24/7, if you or your client have an internet connection. The online version automatically calculates and totals your responses to each of the 5 sections and 120 questions. The Online SIHP includes all the content of the print-based assessment. 

Your results are stored in your very own Individual Learning Center where you can view, print, or forward (email) them to anyone at any time. The Online SIHP is a powerful option to enhance any wellness, professional development, and/or educational processes.

Do you know anyone with a little STRESS? Stress and Health are two topics that affect everyone. The Stress Indicator and Health Planner (SIHP) assesses your clients’ current level of stress and health. Use it to understand how to enhance overall well-being, manage stress, and improve performance. Life is too short to die from a heart attack at the halfway mark!

Have your clients complete their assessments online and email you the results! The results are automatically calculated and provided in a personalised report.  

Use the SIHP to:

Identify where Your Client is Stressed

Determine an Action Plan to Overcome the Stressors

Incorporate Healthy Behaviors and Relaxation Skills into Daily Routines

Prioritise Tasks

Increase Job Satisfaction.

Use it for:

• Health Practitioners and their clients

• Your Life Partner—Now

• Your Clients

• Yourself

• Human Resources Managers

• Professionals

• Supervisors.

Products specifications
Format Online Assessment
Objective To help assess your current levels of stress and health
Author Gwen Faulkner, Ph.D., M.S.N., Terry D. Anderson, Ph.D., and Ken Keis, M.B.A.